Bubble Blowing Solution
What is in it: Most bubble blowing solutions contain soap, glycerin and water.
Is it toxic? Low order of toxicity but may cause irritation.
Eyes: Possible stinging, burning sensation and tearing. Once the eye is rinsed, the symptoms are usually mild.
Skin: May cause mild irritation.
Ingestion: Possible burning sensation in mouth and throat. May cause mild vomiting or diarrhea depending on amount ingested.
What to do:
Eyes: Rinse eyes with lukewarm water with one of the following methods:
Ingestion: Rinse out mouth and drink a glass of water or milk.
Do not induce vomiting. If symptoms persist after the above first aid measures, contact the Poison Control Centre.
How can I prevent exposure? Observe young children when playing with bubble blowing solution.
Need more information: Call the Poison Control Centre.
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